A rhinoplasty changes the proportions of the nose based on the face's own preconditions. Often this requires a reduction and a controlled break of the nose bone as well as a change to the cartilage. In cases of slanted septum, this may also need to be corrected.
Your circumstances limit what is possible for your nose. Although the scars are not usually visible, there is always a risk that your skin will heal slowly or differently. Bruises around the eyes and cheeks can occur and last for a few weeks. A certain amount of temporary nasal congestion is not uncommon and can last for a few months. During the operation, the skin is lifted from the nose and some skin types react to this with a discoloration that can occasionally persist.
The final result takes a long time to achieve. For this reason, corrections or further interventions should usually be avoided in the first year after a nose operation. The swelling often persists for a long time after a nasal operation.
If you suffer from nasal congestion, you should be assessed by your family doctor and possibly an ear specialist at a hospital before surgery, although the nasal congestion can sometimes be corrected during surgery. Please do this before consulting with us.
For more questions about the procedure itself, about our prices, or if you want to book a consultation time you can contact us, see below.
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